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Ukraine hopes that its proposals will be supported by the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly regarding priorities in the activity of the organization, Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych said at a meeting with acting President of the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly Wolfgang Grossruck in Kyiv on Monday.
"We are directing our efforts to conduct an open debate with the OSCE participating states on priorities in the activity of the organization, which were proposed by the Ukrainian chairmanship. We count on the support of the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly," he said, Ukrinform reports.
He said that Ukraine as a country that chairs the OSCE is interested in cooperation with the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly in all relevant areas. Yanukovych said that Ukraine sees OSCE chairmanship as a real opportunity to contribute to strengthening security and stability in the region.
In turn, the acting president of the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly described Ukraine's chairmanship of the OSCE as active and also noted that the national delegation to the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly always played an important role in all processes that are taking place there.
As a reminder, the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly was created on November 21, 1990. It consists of 323 deputies from 57 parliaments of the OSCE participating states. The main task of the assembly is to facilitate inter-parliamentary dialogue and cooperation.